Old Florida Scenic Drive

This is the conclusion to our Mount Dora/Orlando trip from back in December. We returned back south down the east coast, exploring a little bit of Ft. Pierce, Jensen Beach, and Stuart.

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Old Florida Scenic Drive

Florida Rambler article mentioned and used as reference
http://www.floridarambler.com/historic-florida-getaways/fort-pierce-to-jensen-beach-scenic-road/

We stayed at:
Ft. Pierce KOA

We ate at:
The Original Tiki Bar

Conchy Joe’s Seafood

Action Camera: GoPro Hero 3 White

Additional video camera: LG V10 Android phone

Large Diaphragm Studio Microphone: Audio Technica AT3525

Video edited on Final Cut Pro X

Graphics created in Motion 5

Additional audio and voice over recorded in Pro Tools 11

Original music composed in Logic Pro, performed by Robert Morales

Original soundtrack available at https://play.google.com/music/m/A7kg7lpb5njuminyla3y62n6d2u?t=Robert_Morales

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Mount Dora: Central Florida Charm

During the break between Christmas and New Year’s we visited Mount Dora. Founded in 1880 on the northern shore of Lake Dora, along the rolling hills of Central Florida, the 12,000-inhabitant enclave retains its small town charm. We spend one night admiring the intricate and over the top Christmas decorations. On the next day we take a package that includes a boat tour along Lake Dora and the Dora Canal, dubbed “the most beautiful mile of water in the world”. We also take a short yet exhilarating seaplane ride around the Lake County area, and return to Mount Dora aboard the Orange Blossom Cannonball, also known as the movie train. On the next day we move a few miles south to Kissimmee, catch a blockbuster movie and enjoy some of the Orlando nightlife.

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